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UUSINESS NOTICES. I, I.ibrury. All persons having bookabelonging tothe Ladies' Library are requested to return them on or bcl'ore July 29th, for inspection and repairs. By order of the Boarp. Centennial Vistlor Desiring private board on reasonable terras would do wcll to address W. C, 316 S. llth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Keference- PhilipBach, or E. B. Pond, Ann Ar bor Rednced Prices. Look at those Cashmere Black Silks. Look at tbose Linen Suits. Look at those elegant Guinet Silks. Look at the finest Stock of Dress Goods. Look at our White Goods. Look at our Hosiery and Gloves. Look at our Guipure Laces. Japanese Silks. Everything at lower prices. We bought them cheap. We sell them cheap. We keep them moving. You save time and money by trading at MACK 4 SCHMID. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS WOOL WANTED I Or whnt is about the same thing, I want the money that buys it. Now as the lambs are all shorn, and the price of wool established and no prospect of being any higher, and I have had many and very faithful promises of pay in wool time, thus far but very few have been on time with tliose promises. Now I simply say to all delinquents who owe me that the best thing they can do is to give this their first attention, espeeially those who have let their bilis run from one to two years. All such may expect me to drop down on them like a bat on a bedbug. I will appear to you like a midnight assassin in an unexpected hour. Now I simply say to allthose owing me, no matter how great or how small the amount, to walk right up to the scratch nd pay me, or I shall lose no time in invitíng you before a Justice of the Peace. Now don't fooi yourselves by thinking he won't sue me, or he is lyiog or jokingabout this matter. Neglect this and you will find out about this joking. 1591m2 M HOGERS. Northern Central & R. Co. MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE " CENTENNIAL." Through in 27 houra from Detroit, as per schedule of passenger trains below : [Vla Casada Southern Railway.] Leave Toledo, 6 10 p m 10 45 n ra " Mouroe, 6 .52 p in 11 45 i m " Detroit, 6 55 p m 12 20 m [Vla Great Western R'y] PM A M I M Leave Detroit, 6 2 4 20 12 20 [Via Grand Trunk B'y] PM XX AM Leave Detroit, 5 45 2 50 7 80 [Via New York Central R. R.] AM AM PM PM ..e. Niágara Falls, 400 730 145 8 10 uspeusiuu Bridge, 4 20 735 200 800 Buttalo, 435 745 150 950 tochester, 7 30 3 35pm 5 30 12 20 a m [Via Northern Central R'y.] AM PM PM AM AM Le. Canandaigua, 9 45 440 655 145 Penn Yan, 11 02 5 53 7 48 2 42 Watkias, 12 17 7 00 8 37 3 38 8 00 Ar. Havana, 12 27 7 0 8 48 8 08 Ëlraira, 1 30 8 10 9 30 4 30 9 00 Troy, 3 38 10 39 5 34 10 09 Minnequa, 4 09 11 06 6 02 10 38 Williamsport, 6 10 12 35 7 40 12 25 Northuinberland, 12 40 9 25 2 05 unbury, 12 50 2 00 9 35 2 15 Harrisburg, 2 45 3 55 11 40 4 10 Baltimore, 7 35 6 25 7 38 Washington, 9 02 9 07 9 07 Philadelphia, 700 735330 7 20 New York, 10 10 10 25 6 45 10 20 Passangers by this route have the privilege of topping off at any point, and of visiting Washing■on City without extra charge. No dust. Road thoroughly stone ballasted, and tl passenger trains are equipped with every known mproveinent for the convenience and safety of pas engers. The far-famed Watkins Glen being located on the direct line of Northern Central Railway passengen an take it in on their route to the Centenni&l, by aking the Northern Central Railway. Be sure your tickets read via New York Central and Northeon Central Roads. Information given on appllcation to Western Pasenger Agent. D. M. BOYD, Jr., Gen. Pass. Agent. Sam'l L. Seymour, Western Passenger Agent, Buffalo, N. Y. 1591tf Sheriff 's Sale. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, county of Waahumaw, O 89. Chrisliau Houworth ra. Jacob F. Miller and Cfithürine Miller. By virtue of one writ of execution issued out o and undar the Beul of the Circuit Court for the bounty of Lenawee, ia the above entitled cause, to me directed and delivered, I did on the llth day of July, a. d. 1871, ïavy apon all he right, title and interest of Jacob F. Miller and Catharine Miller in and to the following described real estáte eituated in the county of Waahtenaw, State of Michigan, to wit: The north hall of the west hult of the nol theast quarter of aection numMS twenty-nine ; alao the northweit quarter of the noithweat quarter of section 30, except six acres ofi from the outh end theroof ; alao he aoutheast quarter of the kou theast quarter of section 19; alao the northweat part of tho east ia f of the northeaat quarter of section 29, bounded as follows : commencing at the northwent corner of said east half of the northeaat quarter of aection 19, running thence south íorty reda, thence eaat to .he cenLer of the River Raisin, thence northweatery along the center of aaid River Raiain to the north ine of aaid aection 29, thence west along the aection ine to the place of beginning, auppoaed to cont&in ifteen acres and forty Bquare roda of laod ; alao that parcel of land known and deaeribed as being a gareel oí land taken off from the eaat side of the Plumer farm on the eaat aide of the Territorial tioad (o called), the weat line thereof being the center of said Territorial Road, aaid parcel ot land containing one acre ot land, more or leaa, and a part ot the eaat part of the northeaat quarter of the northwest quarter of tection 29, all in townawnship four aouth of range four east, containing n all one hundred and thirty aud, a quarter aerea more or leas, in Waahtenaw county, tttate of Michigan. Whioh above deaeribed proporty I ahall eipose for sale at public auction to the higheat bidder at the south door of the Court Houae, in the city oi Ann Arbor, on the twenty-fourth day of Auguat, a. d. 1876, at ten o'olock a. m. of said day. Dated July 11, 1876. l.Wltd M. FLEMING, Bheriff. Sheriff 's Sale. STATE OF MICHIGAN, county of Washtenaw, SB. Mary Katey va. Lttwia Lamborn. By virtue of one writ of execution isaued out of and nuder the aeal of the Circuit Court for the county of Washtenaw, in the above entitled cauae, tome directed and delivered, I did on the 'iilh day of January, A. d. 1876, levy upon all the right, title and interest of Lewia Lamborn in and to the following described real estáte situated in the couuty of Washtenaw, State of Michigan, to wit : All that tract of land situated in the township of l.odi, county of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, known, bounded and desoribed as follows, to wit : The north part of the west half of the northweat quarter of bection number two (2) in townehip number three (3) south in range number flve (5j eatit, containing about forty-four acres of land. Which above described property I ahall aell at pub lic nfiction to the higheat bidder, at the hou tb door of the Court Houae in the city of Ann Arbor, on the twenty-fourth day of Auguat, A. n. 1876, at ten n'clncW i. M. ni mhíií nv. Dated Julfll, 1876. lJ91td M. FLEMINO, Sheriff. WJ. HERD9UN, M. II., Physician nnd Surgeou. Office, southwcst corner Main nnd Huron St. Reaidence, 48 South Htntc st. üllii:u hours irom 10 to 12 a. u . and 2 to 4 f. m. SEND 25c. toG.P, ROWBLIi CO., New York, for pamphlet at 10U pages, containing lists of 8,000 newspapers, and entimatea ahowing coat of advertising. Di.AI,U IVACL.EAN, m. ., Physician andBurgeon. Office and residence, 71 Huron Street, Ann Arbor. Office hours f rom 8 to !) AM. to 2 to a p. M. Dr. S. S. FITCH, OF 714 RroiuUvay, '. T., Author of Six Lectures on the Privontion and Cure of ConHumption, Aathia, Heart Diseages, may be consulted at Finney'a Hotel, Detroit, Mich., persoually or by letter. He treats all diseuea of malea and femalea of all ages. Family Phytlcian aent free, Consultationa free. Dr. Fitcha meana allow generoaity in charges. Ilia f ame is for curïngbadoaaes. May, 1876. 1884eowly nPHE NEWEST AND Handsomest Visiting Cards IN NEAT CASES AT THE ARGUS OFFICE EDWARD DUFFY HAS JUST RECEIVED AN Entire New Stock Of goodu consisting of Teas, Coff ees, SUGARS AND SYRUPS. Bought in NEW YORK f rom fint hands FOR CASH, and is offering them ai VBRY SLIGBT ADVANCË over New York Cost. Also a full line of LADIES and GENTLEMEN'S WKAB in BOOTS & SHOES, II ats, Caps, and Straw Goods, AU of whicb he is offering VERY LOW FOR CASH. It pay everybody to buy their goodg for Cash. Cali and examine goods and prices, and I WILL INSUEE SATISFACTION Oooda delivered to any part of the City free o charge. EDWARD DUFFY. "Maynard's cor. Main and Ann aireeta Ann Arbor, Mich. Tif ISS S. W. PEA8E Will givc lessona upon the Piano Forte to a limiled nuiubcr of pupils during the summer months. TERMS : Twenty Dollars (orTwmi)' Lemont. Applications will be received at No. 32 South Ingalls St., at 12 u. and 5 r. M., or by mail, P. O. BsfïrËnces- Prof. H. S. Frieze, Prof. G.S. Morris, Mrs. J. B. Angelí, Ann Arbor ; J. C. D. Parker, Boston. 1583 1876. 1876. SPRING STYLES. W. WAGNER HAS JUST OPENED THE FINEST STOCK 01 CLOTHING To be found in Ann Arbor, comprisine all the NEWEeT STYLES AND PATTERNS, Whlch he ia offering at prices that DEFIES ALL COMPETITION All who are rressed with the hard times and desire A CHEAP SUIT Can find it at WAGNEE'S. My stock of 3?iece Groods Will be found complete and contains all the NEWE8T DESIGNS. Suits Made to Order. A Large stock of FURNISHING GOODS. TV C7-AG1TEE., 21 South Main Sr. Ann Abbor. ÁjSSe STORlf For Sale. The undersigned, Assignee of J. H. Maynard, iiïiir the store formerly occupied by Lim, in Ann Arbor, at private sale, and will receive bids theretoruntil Jnly 16th, 1810, reseiving the right to rejeot any and all bids. For term of sale apply to either of the unaersigned. E. WELLS, 8. P. JEWETT, 1687tf B. W. OHEEVEK, Mortgage Bale. DKPAULT having been made in the conditions of a mortgage, exeeuted by George V. Brown nd Mary tí. Brown, nis wife, to Sheldon Tomlinon, dated the twentieth day of April. A. D. 1871, nd recorded in the Office of the RegiBter of Deeda for Washtenaw County, Michigan, on the ecoud day of May, A. D. 1871, in liber 44 of mortgage 8, on page 52, by which default the powr of sale therein contained became operative, and 0 proeeeding at law or in equity Laving been intituted to recover the debt aecured by said mortage,or any part thereof, and the sum of twentyhree hundred and eighteen dollars and ninetyine cents being now claimed to be due on said mortgage, and forty dollars as an attorney fee as rovided fn aaid mortgage,: Notice is therefore ïereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed y a sale of the premlsea therein described, or nome jart theieof, viz : All of the following land, comnencing twenty rods west of the southeaat cornei f section twenty-nine, thence west on south line f said section iourteen roda, thence north parallel with east line of said section, to the south bank of he Kirer Raisin, thence along said south bnk in a ortheasterly direetion to a point twenty rods west f the east line of said aection, thence south paralel with the east line of said section to the place of weinning, containing one acre and one third of and, more or less : Also, the following described iece of land , on which a flouiïng mili now stands, lamely: commeucing at a point twenty-flve and one ïalf rods north of the south line of said aection ;wenty-nine, and twenty rods west of the east line f said section, thence north parallel with east ine of said section eleven rods ; thence east paralei with the south line or said section nine rods; henee south parallel with the east line oí aid section eleven rods, thence west parllel with south line of said secticn nine rods o the plaoe of beginning, containiDg niney-nine rods of land. And further with the aat described parcelof land isgranted, bargained, sold and remised the right to buitd a dam on the river Raisin, and to ñow back or up said river to he west line of said section twenty-nine , and the ftrst iight to draw sufficient water to drive two runs f millatonea and all the necesaary machinery for trinding and flouiing purposes. The ftbove grant mrgain, sale and remise of water power is expresey made subject to certuin restrietions and rights nade m a deed given by John W. Rice and Mary i. Rice, hit wife, to Michael Kappler, dated the ifteenth day of November in tht) year one thousand eight hundved and sixty-four, and recorded in ■hu Register's Office for Washtenaw County, in liter57 of deeds, on page 161, all oi said land bemg n township number three south of range three ast, in Michigan, at public vendue, at the aouth oor of the Court House, in the City of Ann Aror (that being the place of holding the Circuit 'ourt for said county), on the twenty ninth day of July, A. D. 1876, at one o'clock in the afternoon. Dated, May 3d A. D. 1876. ABBY H. TOMLINSON, Guardian of Sheldon Tomllnson, ByAtto rney. MortgAgee. Mortgage Sale. WHKREAH default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage, made and delivered by Charles Wheeler to Wiliiam Cross, bearing date on the fourteenth day of November, A. D. 1857, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of the county of Washtenaw, in liber twenty-four of Mortgages, page one hundred and sixty-two, on the third day of December, A. D. 1857, and which Baid mortgage was afterward duly assigned y the said Wiliiam Cross to Margaret E. Thompson, by deed of assignment dated October8th, A. ). 1868, and recorded in the aaid Register's Office n liber three of asaignments of mortgages, page Ive hundred amd tilt y three, on the twelfth day of Novembtjr, A. D. 1872, and was afterwards duly asaigned by said Margaret E. Thompson to Cordelia C. Parish, by deed of assignment, dated November 7th, A. D. 1872, and recorded in said Regster's Office in liber two of assignments of mortgages, page 552, on the twelfth day of November, A.D. 1872, and was afterward assigned by said oröelia C. Parish to the undersigned John M. Prindle, by deed of assignment dated December .9th, A. D, 1374, and recorded in said Register's Office in liber four of assijnments of mortgnges, age 509, on the seventeentn day of February, A. Ö. 1875, by which aaid default the power of sale contf ined in said mortgage became operative, and .he sum of six hundred and ninety-four dollars and sixteen cents being claimed to be due on said mortgage at the date of this notice, beaidea the Bum of twenty-flve dollars provided to be paid in said moregage as an attorney fee on the taking of aroceeding for the toreclosure thereof, and no auit r proceedings having been had or instituted, either at law or in equity, to recover the sum secured jy said mortgage, or any part thereof : Notice ia therefore hereby given that said mortgage will be forecloaed by sale of the mortgaged premisea therein deacribed, or some part thereof, viz : All that parce! of landknown as vilage lots number aixty and sixty-one (60 and 61), in Cross and Bagiey'e additiou to the village of Ypsilanti, in the county of Washtenaw and State of Michigan. And alao that parcel of land deacribed aecommencing at the southwest corner of village lot number sixty-four f64) in Baid addition ; thence weaterly along the south side of an alley sixteen roda ; thence Boutherly twenty rods ; thence eaaterly sixteen rods : thence northerly twenty rods to the plaoe of beginning, containing two acres of land, at public vendue, at the soutb door of the Court House, wherein the Circnit Court for the county of Washtenaw is held, in the city of Ann Arbor, on the Becond day of September next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. Dated. Ann Arbor, June 8th, 1876, _ JOHN M. PRÏNDLE, Bëakes & Cütcheon, Asaignee of Mortgage, Attoineys tor Aesignee. 1580 Mortgage Sale, DEFAULT having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage, made and esecuted by Jane A. Griffith, oí Ypsilanti, Michigan, to Sullivan M. Cutuheon, of said place, dated February the eleventh, 1869, and recorded in the Office of Register of Deeds of Washteuaw County, Michigan, in !iber 40 of mortgages, page 499, on same day it was exeeuted, which mortgage was assigned by saic Cütcheon to Mary E. Fouter, by deed of assignment recorded in liber three of assignments of mortgages, at page 152, in said Register's Office, and there being claimed to be due at date of this notice, on said mortgage and the accompanying note, the sum of sixteeu hundred and fifty dollars ; also an attor ney fee of twenty-five dollars ; and no proceedings at law or in equity having been instituted to recover the same or any part thereof: Notice is hereby given that under the statute, and by virtue of the power of sale in said mortgage contained 1 will, on Satuiday the 22d day of July, A. D 1876, at 11 a. m. of said day, at public auction, to the highest bidder, sell, at the south door of the Court House, in the city oí Ann Arbor, Michigan (that being the place for holding the Circuit Cour for said County of Washtenaw), the premises de scribed in said mortgage, or so much thereof a shall be necessary to satisfy said amount with cost and expenses allowed by law. Said premises are described as follows : ïhe west half of lots seven and eight, in block four south of Hu ron street, am range eight east, in the city of Ann Arbor, Michi gan, and the right to cross and recross, with team or otherwise, over a private alley twelve feet wid off from the north side of lots seven and ten in said block four, aforesaid.- Dated, April 28th, 1876. MARY E. FOSTER, D. Cramrr, Assignee of Mortgage. Attorney. 1580 TASHIONABLE DRESS MAKING. Mrs. Wood invites the laóies of Ann Arbor and vicinity to cali at her Dross-Making Room, ove the store sf A. Bell, Washington street. A fu] line of new and latest styles or pattems constant ly on hand. Quality of work wnrranted, and price made to suit the tiraos. A share of public pat ronage is respectfully sohcited. Iyl578 (&!t(. iöjOnPerday at home. Samples wortfc O t0 tfe-W V $1 froe. Stinson & Co., Portland Me. 1073 Mortgage Foreclosure. DEFAULT having been made in the conditions of a mortgage, made by Jacob Paul to Leonard C. Wallington, dated September tenth, A. D. !874, reoorded September twelíth, A. D. 1874, at 4]4 o'clock p. m., in liber 47 of mnrtgages, on page 522, in the Register's Oiñce oi Washtenaw couaty, Michigan, assigned by tbe said Leonard C. Watlington to Christian Mnck and Frederick Bchmid, jr., by deed of assignment, dated October 10, A. D. 1874, recorded Uctober 23d, A. D. 1874, in liber 4 of assignments of mortgages, page 418, in said Register's Omce, and by the said Chriatian Mack and Frederick Schmid jr., assigned to Caroline D. Fuller, by dt-ed of aasignment, dated October 22d, A. D. 1874, recorded in aaid Register's Office in laat mentioned liber, on page 419, October 23d, 1874, and by the aaid Caroline D. Fuller reassigned to the Baid Christian Mack and Frederick Schmid, jr., by deed of assignment dated May 27th, A. D. 1870, recorded on the 7th day of June, A. D. 1876, in liber 5 of asaignments of mortgages, on page 185, whereby the power of Bale therein contained has become operative, and two thousand nine hundred and fltty-i'our dollars and seventythree cents, beaidee twenty-flve dollars as an attorney fee, being at the date hereof clalmed as due thereon ; and no suit or procneding . at law or in equity, having been instituted to recover the same or any part thereof, notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some part thereof, to wit : All that certain piece or parcel of land aitaate in the township of Freedom, in the county of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, being the west half 0A) of the northeast quarter ()í) ol section num. ber thirty-aix, excepting the tipelve acres on the southeast corner, heretofore conveyed to Adam Bross, at the south (outer) ddbr of the Court House, in the city of Ann Arbor, county and state atoresaid, on the second day of September next, at noon. Dated, June 8th, A. D. 1876. CHRISTIAN MACK, FKBDEK1CK BCHM1D, Jr. Asaignees. By Attorney of Aesigneea, 1586 Mortgage Sale. WHEREAS default has been made in the con ditions of a certain indenture of mortgage, nade and executed by Nelson B. Cole and Klizaeth H. Colé, his wiffi, of the city of Ann Arbor, n the County oi Washtenaw, and State of Mk-hian, to Alpheus Feloh. of the same place, bearing date the twenty-seventh day of December, in the 'ear 1867, and recorded in the Office of the Regiser of Deeda for the County of Washenaw, in the ítate oí Michigan, on the sixth day of January n the year 1868, in hber 37 of mortgagea, on page 84 ; and whereas by said default the power of Bale herein contained has become operative, and the um of six thouaand aeven hundred and thirteen ollara are claimed to be now due and unpaid on Baid mortgage, and the promissory note therein mentioned, and no auit or proceeding at law or in equity has been instituted to recover the debtremaining secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof, notice ia therefore hfcreby given that on Satubdaï, the twenty-bixth day of August, A. D. 1876, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the Bouth door of the Court House, in the city of Aun Arbor, in said county and State (said Court HouBe being the place of holding tho Circuit Court for said county), and by virtue of the power of sale contained therein, said mortgage WU1 be foreclosed by a sale at publio vendue, to the highest bidder, of the mortgaged premiaes deBcribed in said mortgage, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of principal and interest remaimng unpaid, with the costs and charges of such sale: Said premises are deecribed in said indenture of mortgage as follows, to wit : All those certain tracts or pareéis of land situated in the city of Ann Arbor atoresaid, known, bounded and described as follows, viz. : Being Iota number two (2), three(3),and four (4), in Picnic Grove, according to the plat of said grove, made by W. Weeks, and recorded in the Omce of the Register of Deeds lor the County of Washtenaw and State aforesaid, being situated on the south si Ie of the road called the Muidle Ypsilanti Kond , and bounded as follows : Beginning at a point in the middle of aaid road one Chain and flfty (50) links aouth, forty-four (44) degreea thirty (30) minutes east of a point where the center line of section twentyeight (28), town two (2) south of range six (6) east, crosses the said Ypsilanti Road ; thence south forty-four (44) degreea thirty ISO) minutes east, flve (5) ohains and twenty-five C25; links along the centre of said road ; thence south forty-two (42) degrees weet on the line between Iota four (4) ana fl ve (5), flve (5) chaina and sixty-eight (68) links td the north line of lots thirteen (13) ; thence north seventy-six and three-fourths (76%) degrees, west sixtytwo (62) links to landsowned by Ransom 8. Smith; thence north two (2) degrees, west along the line of saidSmith's land one (1) chain and seventy-five (75) links; thence north forty-four (44) degrees thirty (30) minutes west three (3) chaina and fifty (50) links; thence north forty-one (41) degrees flfty (50) minutes east four (4) chaina and eighty-flve (85) links to the place of beginning. This conveyance ís made subject to the rieht of Joseph D. Baldwin to conduct water in pipes across the above described premises in the highway. Dated June 1, A. D. 1876. ALPHEUS FELCH, 1585 Hortgagee. Sheriffs Sale. BY VIKTUEof one writ of execution, iasued out of and under the aeal of the Circuit Court for the County of Washtenaw, to me dtrected and delivered, I did on the seventh day of December, A. 1. 1875, levy upon all the right title and interest of Charles Tripp, Charles T. Wilmot, William W. Whedon, Harvey Cornwell, George P. Rose, and Andrew J. Sutherland, in and to the following described real estáte, situated in the County of Wathtenaw, State of Michigan, to wit : Part of seel ion twenty-mne, m township two south, range six east, and bounded as follows, to wit : Commencing at a point on the north line of Huron street, as continned easterly from the east line of the village plat of the village of Ann Arbor, three hundred and thirty-two feet from the southweet corner of a piece of land heretofore deeded by Edwin S. Cobb and William R. Thompson, and their wives, to Jane Ann Miles ; thence running easterly on the south line of Huron street, as continued eight rods ; thence northeasterly at right anglea with said north line of Huron street one hundred and flity teet ; thence weatwardly at right angles to said last mentioned line, and parallel to said Huron street, continuedisht rods; thence southerly to the place oí' beginning, which above described property 1 shall expose for sale at public auction to the highest bidder, at the south door of the Court House, in the city of Ana Arbor, on tl: e 29th day of June, A. D. 1876, at ten o'clock a. m. of said day. Dated, Ann Arbor, May llth, 1876. 1582 M. FLEMING, Sheriff The above sale is adjourned to Thursday, July 13, 187fi, at the same place and time of day. Dated, July -26, 1876. M. FLEMING, Sheriff. The above sale is further adjourned to Thursday, July 27th, 187(i, at the same time and place M. FHOMING, Sheriff. Dated, July 13, 1876. Commissionerg' Notice. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtanaw, bs. The undersigned having been appointed by the Probate Court for said county, Cornmissioners to receeive, examine and adjust all claims and demands ot all persous against the es. tate of Nelson B. Cole, late of aaid county, deceased, hereby give notice that six months from date are allowed, by order of said Probate Court, for credltors to present their claims against the eBtate of said deceased, and that thEy will meet at the store of Waterman Thomas in the city of Ann Arbor, in said county, on the 6th day of Ootober, and on the 6th day of January next, at ten o'clock A. M-, of eaoh of said daya, to receive, examine and adjust said claims. Dated, July 6th, A. D. 1876. 1690 IImDÁNBThNOEMTIs, Commissioners.


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